Category Archives: Society

I did not vote for P.C. Rob Ford to be Toronto’s mayor when he defeated his Liberal challenger, a man who talked of getting into the legal marijuana business, now a respectable government approved concern here in Toronto and in … Continue reading

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Big Donations Big Incomes Big Victories

Clinton has an advantage among minorities, women, people who make more than $75,000 a year, and those with moderate political leanings. Trump has an advantage with whites, men, avid churchgoers, and people who are nearing retirement age. Above is a … Continue reading

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Haves=Educated Women, Have Nots=Blue Collar Men

Educated women pose big problem for Donald Trump in key suburbs Philadelphia’s suburbs have far more voters than blue-collar communities, and women there appear to loathe the Republican nominee. By Daniel DaleWashington Bureau Sun., Sept. 4, 2016 Things are getting … Continue reading

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Semantics Strong Strange word When relativity gets you. The ant’s strong And fit. And how does fitness fare? Well, strong’s fit And the fittest survives Doesn’t it? And the poor; They’re strong too Like the elephant. Like the ant But … Continue reading

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When I put donaldtrump into the Google box here’s one of the things that came up: “Donald Trump’s ‘Charity’ Is a Money-Making Scam Not only does the GOP frontrunner avoid giving any of his own money to charity, he manages … Continue reading

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Toronto’s Real Estate: Debt Worries

Today is September 14, 2016 and for most of the day Canada’s business news network has been “texting” on screen that foreign buyers have started buying Toronto luxury properties to avoid the 15% tax on foreign purchases of Vancouver, B.C. … Continue reading

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Eye on the Federal Reserve

Two happenings led to my reposting this old post from a man on the PBS Newshour speaking of possible links between The Federal Reserve and U.S. bankers; and its unexpected reappearance these December days in peterderemigis viewer stats. Eye on … Continue reading

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